Out of the 14 places listed on the Food Standards Agency website, five have a food hygiene rating of 2 or less – meaning improvement is necessary.
The ratings cover a business’ handling of food, how food is stored, how food is prepared, the cleanliness of the facilities and how food safety is managed. They are not representative of food quality.
Results range from 5, where hygiene standards are deemed to be very good, to 0, where urgent improvement is necessary. The rating should be displayed in all premises. However, it is not a legal requirement to display them.